You purchase your wheat in bulk to mill into flour. Before the wheat is milled it can be stored indefinitely. Mine stays in a bucket with a gamma lid on the floor of my kitchen.
Here's what the wheat looks like before it is milled. Basically it looks like wheat off the stalk from the wheat field.
And after you mill the flour, (which takes less than a minute in the WonderMill), it comes out as wheat flour that is ready to be made into bread.
Next I knead together all the ingredients: water, honey, olive oil, salt, flour, yeast, gluten, and rice bran extract.
I just use my dough hook attachment with my Kitchen Aid mixer to "knead" the dough. And then let it rise...
And after you bake your bread not only does your house smell amazing, but you pull these beauties out of the oven.
This is pretty much the only bread we eat now. We use it for sandwiches, toast, side dish with pasta...
Bread Beckers has a great recipe book that has recipes for various types of bread, rolls, waffles, cinnamon rolls, muffins, pie crusts, cookies- just about anything that uses flour :)
I've made dinner rolls, pizza crust, and cinnamon rolls- with hard red wheat that I milled into flour. It was all good. I want to try some muffins and maybe waffles soon. I also used the mill to mill corn into cornmeal to make homemade cornbread. (Chris told me he liked Jiffy better, so I still need to work on my cornbread recipe...)